Work

Many students use employment as a way to earn income to help pay for personal expenses. Work can not only provide a source of funding but can also be a great way to develop skills and gain experience which will serve you well as you begin your career after graduation.

Federal Work-Study

If you are awarded Federal Work-Study as part of your award package, you may review job opportunities starting on August 12. If you plan to work for University Recreation, you must attend one of the required recruitment sessions: August 19 & 20 from 3-5pm, November 10 & 11 from 3-5pm, January 6 & 7 from 3-5pm, April 6 & 7 from 3-5pm.

These wages are paid directly to you, not to the University Cashier’s Office and therefore cannot be used as a means of deferring your bill to the University.

Work-Study Funds Exhausted

All available federal work-study funding has been exhausted for 2014-15 and no additional work-study awards will be made. Please visit ePACK, the Career Development Center’s resource for identifying work opportunities.

Federal Work-Study Employers

If you are an employer wanting to hire a work-study student, please visit our employer page.

Student Part-time Employment Opportunities

Part-time job opportunities, both on-campus and off-campus, available for students. The Career Development Center also provides information about how to find student jobs.